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New retail park could stoke demand for bricklaying courses

There may be more demand for bricklaying courses in the north-west of England after it was confirmed that the construction of a retail park in Rossendale was confirmed to be restarting.

Hurstwood Developments went into administration in September 2008 and work on the New Hall Hey complex had to be stopped, explained Crain's Manchester Business.

But work will begin again after administrators ironed out some complications and hired Morgan Ashurst as contractor.

Individuals who have completed bricklaying courses may be monitoring the situation, since there are still several units and a car park to be built, according to the publication.

One of the administrators dealing with the project Brian Green was quoted as saying: "Getting to this position has been a challenging and complicated process, but I am now delighted that the completion of the first three units is underway."

This week, local school Accrington and Rossendale College revealed that it will be transforming the institution's construction department foyer using sustainable materials.

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